Wednesday, June 10, 2015

June 9, 2015 Virginia Primary Day Results

Last month I posted about the June 9th Primary Candidates and the wide open races for certain districts in the State elections this coming November 2015. Plus there were county and city seats as well as Commonwealth Attorney seats on many ballots.  

That that previous post had very few views (most readers didn’t even bother reading it) which tells me most readers aren’t following State elections and don’t care who is representing them.  

Even if YOU have lost your voting rights you should be informing your spouse, significant other, parents, siblings and friends about the candidates and as a constituent you should be reaching out to those who will represent you in Richmond this coming January. Ignorance is NOT bliss, knowledge is! 

Every two years Virginia Delegates (100) run for re-election and every four years Virginia Senators (40) run for re-election. This November 3, 2015 ALL 140 seats are up for election 

The final list of every candidate running in November will not be available until mid or late August. 

Democratic June 9th Primary Results:

Republican June 9th Primary Results:

As of June 10th, 18 seats have no incumbent (3 incumbents lost their spot in the Primary yesterday), but 5 of the 18 seats have Delegates running for a Senate slot. 

The next post on the November elections will be after the final list of candidates has been published on the Virginia Board of Elections website in August, stay tuned. 


Some Articles on Primary Day Results: 

Low turnout exposed incumbents vulnerable to upsets, June 10, 2015

Heretick unseats Joannou in 79th House District, June 10, 2015

Siobhan Dunnavant wins GOP primary, could become 4th Stolle elected, June 10, 2015

DeSteph wins GOP nomination in 8th District Senate race, June 10, 2015

Primary roundup: Gecker wins Democratic nod in 10th; Dunnavant edges Janis, June 10, 2015

Chase stuns Senator Stephen Martin of Chesterfield in 11th District GOP primary, June 10, 2015

Howell holds off tea-party challenger in primary, June 10, 2015